Madhya Pradesh District Map


District Map of Madhya Pradesh

separator Click here for Customized Maps arrow custom map
Madhya Pradesh District Map Agar Malwa Ujjain City Map Morena Bhind Gwalior Datia Shivpuri Sheopur Guna Ashoknagar Vidisha Sagar Damoh Jabalpur Mandla Balaghat Dindori Anuppur Shahdol Umaria Katni Panna Satna Rewa Sidhi Singrauli Chhatarpur Tikamgarh Chhindwara Narsimhapur Seoni Betul Harda Hoshangabad Raisen Bhopal Sehore Rajgarh Shajapur Khandwa  (East Nimar) Khargone (West Nimar) Bhurhanpur Dewas Indore Neemuch Mandsaur Ujjain Barwani Dhar Jhabua Ratlam Alirajpur RAJASTHAN GUJARAT MAHARASHTRA CHHATTISGARH UTTAR PRADESH ODISHA
Print Email Save
* The Madhya Pradesh District Map shows all the districts of Madhya Pradesh with their respective locations and boundaries. Disclaimer


Madhya Pradesh , also known as the "Heart of India", owing to its central location is the second largest state in the country. It is surrounded Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh,Maharashtra, Gujaratb. Bhopal is the capital of Madhya Pradesh and Indore its largest city. Historically, Madhya Pradesh has been ruled by powerful dynasties, including the Mauryans, the Mughals and the Marathas.
By the beginning of the 18th century, Madhya Pradesh was divided into many small kingdoms, which were captured by the British and incorporated into Central Provinces and Berar and Central India Agency. The population of Madhya Pradesh is 72,567,565 (2011 census) and covers an area of 308,252 km sq.

Districts and Administration of Madhya Pradesh: Madhya Pradesh has fifty districts, divided into ten divisions, which have further been divided into 50 district panchayats, 313 blocks and 23043 village panchayats. The municipality in the state includes 14 Nagar Nigams, 86 Nagar Palikas and 238 Nagar Panchayats. Each district of Madhya Pradesh is governed by a District Collector who is an officer from the Indian Administrative Service and who is responsible for the smooth running of the district. A District Magistrate is responsible for the law and order situation of the district.

Tourism in Madhya Pradesh: Madhya Pradesh is blessed with natural beauty as well as beautifully carved temples, stupas, forts, palaces and mosques. The state won the Best Tourism State Award in 2012. Madhya Pradesh has many national parks, such as the Bandhavgarh National Park, Kanha National Park and the Panna National Park, among others. Other famous tourist attractions in Madhya Pradesh are; the Khajuraho Group of Monuments, the Buddhist Monuments at Sanchi and the Rock Shelters at Bhimbetka.

List of Districts in Madhya Pradesh



S No.DistrictHeadquartersPopulation (Census 2011)Sex Ratio (per 1000)Average Literacy
1Agar MalwaAgar4,80,000 65.00%
2AlirajpurAlirajpur728,999101136.1%
3AnuppurAnuppur749,23797667.88%
4AshoknagarAshoknagar845,07190466.42%
5BalaghatBalaghat1,701,698102177.09%
6BarwaniBarwani1,385,88198249.08%
7BetulBetul1,575,36297168.9%
8BhindBhind1,703,00583775.26%
9BhopalBhopal2,371,06191880.37%
10BurhanpurBurhanpur757,84795164.36%
11ChhatarpurChhatarpur1,762,37588363.74%
12ChhindwaraChhindwara2,090,92296471.16%
13DamohDamoh1,264,21991069.73%
14DatiaDatia786,75487372.63%
15DewasDewas1,563,71594269.35%
16DharDhar2,185,79396459%
17DindoriDindori704,524100263.9%
18East NimarKhandwa1,310,06194366.39%
19GunaGuna1,241,51991263.23%
20GwaliorGwalior2,032,03686476.65%
21HardaHarda570,46593572.5%
22HoshangabadHoshangabad1,241,35091475.29%
23IndoreIndore3,276,69792880.87%
24JabalpurJabalpur2,463,28992981.07%
25JhabuaJhabua1,025,04899043.3%
26KatniKatni1,292,04295271.98%
27MandlaMandla1,054,905100866.87%
28MandsaurMandsaur1,340,41196371.78%
29MorenaMorena1,965,97084071.03%
30NarsinghpurNarsinghpur1,091,85492075.69%
31NeemuchNeemuch826,06795470.8%
32PannaPanna1,016,52090564.79%
33RaisenRaisen1,331,59790172.98%
34RajgarhRajgarh1,545,81495661.21%
35RatlamRatlam1,455,06997166.78%
36RewaRewa2,365,10693171.62%
37SagarSagar2,378,45889376.46%
38SatnaSatna2,228,93592672.26%
39SehoreSehore1,311,33291870.06%
40SeoniSeoni1,379,13198272.12%
41ShahdolShahdol1,066,06397466.67%
42ShajapurShajapur1,512,68193869.09%
43SheopurSheopur687,86190157.43%
44ShivpuriShivpuri1,726,05087762.55%
45SidhiSidhi1,127,03395764.43%
46SingrauliSingrauli1,178,27392060.41%
47TikamgarhTikamgarh1,445,16690161.43%
48UjjainUjjain1,986,86495572.34%
49UmariaUmaria644,75895065.89%
50VidishaVidisha1,458,87589670.53%
51West NimarKhargone1,873,04696562.7%


ABMOD


Last Updated on : May 12, 2017



     


     

Which state in India has its own constitution? Jammu and Kashmir is the only Indian state which has its own constitution. The constitution of Jammu and Kashmir, which was adopted on 17 November 1956 and came into effect on 26 January… Read More...
Which state in India is the largest producer of milk?India, which is well-known for its dairy products, is the largest producer of milk, second only to United States (in terms of cow milk). The country produces nearly 50 to 60 million tonnes of milk every year and currently contributes around 9.5 percent of the global… Read More...
Which Indian state has the maximum number of major ports? Nearly 7,500 km long Indian coastline makes the country one of the largest peninsulas in the world. There are nine coastal Indian states like Gujarat, Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu,… Read More...


EU GDPR Update:
MapsofIndia has updated its Terms and Privacy Policy to give Users more transparency into the data this Website collects, how it is processed and the controls Users have on their personal data. Users are requested to review the revised Privacy Policy before using the website services, as any further use of the website will be considered as User's consent to MapsofIndia Privacy Policy and Terms.
We follow editorialcalls.org for border and boundary demarcations